The length of your roof’s lifespan is completely dependent on the amount of maintenance it receives. But unfortunately, even if your roof receives frequent repairs and maintenance, it will eventually need to be replaced.
Replacing a roof isn’t an easy or an inexpensive job. However, it is extremely important, and making sure that your new roofing is installed perfectly is the first step you can take toward having a healthy roof for years to come. Any problems that you encounter with your roofing installation can be very expensive and very difficult to fix, so it’s important that you hire a professional you can trust for the job.
Because your roof is such an important and critical part of your home’s structure, it’s very important that the contractor you hire for the job is a trustworthy, professional roofer. At Charleston Roofing and Exteriors, LLC, all of our roofing contractors are licensed, professionally trained, and highly experienced. We can help you decide on the perfect roofing material for your Charleston home, and we guarantee a perfect installation.
We’ll make sure the job is done as quickly as possible, but we’ll never let speed get in the way of quality workmanship.
Choosing Your Roofing Material
The first and most important decision that you’ll make during your roof replacement is which type of material to roof your home with. Roofing shingles can made from:
- Wood Shake
- Stone Coated Steel
- And Several Other Materials
The first thing you’ll want to consider is the “pitch” of your roof, which is simply the angle at which the roof slopes. A higher pitch—or steeper angle—will need less help when it comes to shedding water. Different roofing materials will be necessary, for instance, for a flat roof and a standard pitched roof. You’ll also want to consider your budget, as well as the architectural design of your Charleston home.
Our professionals can work with you to help you make this decision.
Our Roof Replacement Services Include the Following:
- Roofing Installation
- Roofing Repair
- Shingle Replacement
- Replace Roofing
- Roofing Replacement Estimate
- Tile Roof Replacement
- Asphalt Roof Replacement
- Metal Roof Replacement
- Shingle Roof Replacement
Roofing Inspections Can Save You Money
Before we begin any roof replacement we’ll give your roofing a thorough inspection to attempt to find any alternative services that could be just as beneficial but have a lower cost to you.
If we do find alternative options, we’ll discuss them with you beforehand and let you decide on
the best way to move forward.
LANDMARK™ PRO color palette
max def colors
Look deeper. With Max Def, a new dimension is added to shingles with a richer mixture of surface granules. You get a brighter, more vibrant, more dramatic appearance and depth of color. And the natural beauty of your roof shines through.
Due to limitations of printing reproduction, CertainTeed can not guarantee the identical match of the actual product color to the graphic representations throughout this publication.
WIDER. Faster. Proven
For the past 10 years NailTrak™ has enabled installers to shingle with improved speed and accuracy. With a nailing area that’s three times WIDER than typical laminate shingles, nails hit home with NailTrak. A feature on all Landmark Series shingles. Speed and accuracy result in lower labor costs.
No leaks. No de-lamination. No callbacks.
The cost of doing business has gone down with NailTrak.
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